How Copyright Restrictions Suppress Art: An Interview With Nina Paley About "Sita Sings The Blues"
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This is an interview with cartoonist and animator Nina Paley about how copyright restrictions prevent her from distributing her award-winning, feature-length film "Sita Sings The Blues": the film makes heavy use of recordings from the late 1920s by the singer Annette Hanshaw, and although the recordings themselves are out of copyright, the music is not.
See <a href="http://www.questioncopyright.org/nina_paley_sita_interview" >http://www.questioncopyright.org/nina_paley_sita_interview</a> for details.
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